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A state judge in Florida ruled on Saturday in favor of Donald Trump by allowing his libel lawsuit against the Pulitzer Prizes board to proceed. This decision, issued by Senior Judge Robert Pegg of the state’s Nineteenth Circuit, ensures that Trump’s case will move forward to the discovery phase. The lawsuit centers on a statement [...]

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The US District Court for the District of Columbia sentenced a former Marine Tyler Dykes on Friday to nearly five years in prison for assaulting police officers during the January 6 Capitol attack. On top of the imprisonment, Dykes received another 36 months of supervised release and a $22,000 fine. Prosecutors from the federal government [...]

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US President Joe Biden announced on Sunday that he ordered a review of the security measures for a rally in Pennsylvania where former President Donald Trump was injured and one spectator was killed. Biden stated that the FBI is leading the investigation into the incident at the Pennsylvania rally, noting that it is in the [...]

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Thousands of opposition supporters took the streets in Tirana, Albania on Thursday, demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Edi Rama and throwing fire bombs at government buildings and the mayor’s office. The demonstrators also demanded the release of opposition leader Sali Berisha, who has been under house arrest on corruption charges since the previous year. [...]

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Anti-government protesters marched on Sunday across Israel’s major cities, aiming to pressure the authorities to reach a hostage deal with Hamas, with demonstrators blocking roads and protesting in front of government officials’ homes. The protesters marched to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s residence in Jerusalem, calling for both immediate elections and a deal to facilitate the [...]

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The Central Election Commission of Albania (CEC) removed Alfred Beleri, the ethic Greek Mayor of Himara, from his position on Friday following his imprisonment on charges of vote-buying during the 2023 local elections. The Central Election Commission of Albania made the move during its latest session by invoking Law 138/2015, which stipulates that the verification [...]

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Two days of UN-organized talks on the situation in Afghanistan began in Doha on Sunday, marking the first time the Taliban was present. Human rights activists expressed anger and concern over the decision to exclude women from the meeting and to consider the Taliban as the representatives of the country, despite their lack of recognition [...]

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Internal Affairs Minister of Serbia Ivica Dačić ordered the ban of “Mirëdita, Dobar Dan!” festival in Belgrade on Thursday, citing security concerns, according to the country’s public broadcaster RTS. Held since 2014 with the participation of Albanian and Serb artists and taking the name from the word “good afternoon” in the respective languages, the festival [...]

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UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said on Friday that Russia must abide by UN sanctions on North Korea, following an agreement between the two countries last week to provide military assistance to each other in case of military aggression. Speaking to reporters at the UN headquarters in New York, Guterres stated that “Any relationship that any [...]

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The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) condemned on Friday the shelling attack that took place near its Gaza office, killing 22 people and injuring 45 who had taken shelter near the building. In a statement on X, the ICRC did not identify who committed the attack but condemned the firing near humanitarian structures. [...]

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